Hiking / Walking

Lindani is made for hiking – with four circular Green Flag Status trails (35kms). The topography offers the hiker a wide range of visual and physical experiences – vistas, mountains, valleys, perennial streams, kloofs, towering sandstone cliffs, open savannah bushveld, lichen covered rock formations and a variety of large bushveld trees. No need to worry about getting lost with our well marked trails that are great for stretching the legs. A map with contours and profiles is provided and trails can be walked with or without a guide.

1. Kloof Trail – 7.3kms, easy, nearest houses are Stone House and Bush Camp.
2. Koperspruit Trail – 7.6kms, easy, nearest houses are Stone House, Loft, Thabeng and Motseng.
3. Mountain Trail – 10.1kms, moderately difficult, nearest houses are Bush Camp, Maroela and Molope.
4. Melkrivier Trail – 11.2kms, moderately difficult, nearest houses are Motseng, Loft and Thabeng.
It is not necessary to be a serious hiker to enjoy walking at Lindani. The varied scenery offers plenty for those looking to walk shorter distances than the Hiking Trails.

5. 7 Wonders – 11kms,’ruggedly challenging’, hike starts at Skebenga dam. Please see more info HERE


Find out more about this exciting NEW activity  HERE

Guided walks (1 1/2 – 2 hours)

Must be booked through the office at least one day in advance.

Monday to Saturday (min charge R300) – Adults – R75 pp,  Children (4-12yrs) – R37.50pp

Sunday & Public Holidays (min charge R400) – Adults – R100 pp,  Children (4-12yrs) – R50pp

Hiking Trail Guide

Guides must be booked through the office at least one day in advance.

For Rates please click HERE

Download MAP


  • We now offer a TREE WALK to enable guests to identify some of the many tree varieties found on Lindani. Trees are numbered and a list of names to match is provided.
  • Take time out to pray, meditate, reflect or just communicate with a loved one at Lindani’s PEACE PLACE.
  • The Seven Wonders Of Lindani Guided Hiking Trail is ready for guests to experience. It’s approximately 11kms and has been described as ‘ruggedly challenging’.